Jessica Fears is an Iowa activist.
2018 ballot signature volunteers
J.D. Scholten March 14, 2018 · It's official—J.D. Scholten is on the ballot!
We collected 25 of a required 20 counties, and 2,119 of a required 1,275 signatures! GAME ON! A special thank you to all the volunteers that worked so hard to help us qualify:
Jessica Chrystal, Annette Gehling (Ann Spare), Ria Keinert, Keith Crane, Marian Kuper, Jessica Fears, Melissa Cadmus, April Burch, Stephanie Schubert, Russell Field, Ryan Arndorfer, Jesica Butler, Lynne Richtsmeier, Jane Alexander, Brie Walker, Skylynd Meraz, Barb Wheelock, Emma Schmit, Mark Olson and Kay Olson, Sylvia Vust, Shannon Walker, Daniel Ginger-Goodson, Josh Ginger-Goodson , Robin Kinnan, Emily Carlson, Brenda VanDeer, Jerry Yocum, Laura Hutchcroft, Colleen Martin-Herrin, Connor Nolan, Maureen Ogle, Tom Brantseg, Jan Creasman, Ken Mertes, Gary Lipshutz, Jerry Depew, Donna Campbell, Gail Allison, Carol John.
And to everyone else who signed and helped collect signatures to get J.D. on the ballot, THANK YOU!
J.D. Scholten, the Sioux City paralegal and former professional baseball player who spent the final weeks of the primary campaign criss-crossing the northwest part of Iowa in a motor home, won the 4th Congressional District’s Democratic nomination Tuesday night. He will face incumbent Republican Rep. Steve King in the November general election for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
“He’s an honest, genuine person who wants to get to know everybody in Iowa,” said Scholten supporter Jessica Fears, who added that King hasn’t done “anything at all” in Congress.
Fears was one of about 20 Scholten supporters who congregated at the campaign’s Kellogg Avenue office to watch the returns come in. Along the wall, a cardboard cutout of King was wearing a Scholten campaign T-shirt.
DSA of Iowa public Facebook group
In September 2017 Jessica Fears was a member of the Democratic Socialists of Iowa public Facebook group.
Iowa DSA-Social/Non-Business facebook group
In September 2017 Jessica Fears was a member of the Iowa DSA-Social/Non-Business public facebook group.